INTRODUCTION OF BILLS AND JOINT RESOLUTIONS; Congressional Record Vol. 165, No. 84
(Senate - May 20, 2019)

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              INTRODUCTION OF BILLS AND JOINT RESOLUTIONS

  The following bills and joint resolutions were introduced, read the 
first and second times by unanimous consent, and referred as indicated:

           By Mr. McCONNELL (for himself and Mr. Kaine):
       S. 1541. A bill to increase the minimum age for sale of 
     tobacco products to 21; to the Committee on Health, 
     Education, Labor, and Pensions.
           By Mr. MANCHIN:
       S. 1542. A bill to amend title 37, United States Code, to 
     standardize payment of hazardous duty incentive pay for 
     members performing parachute jumping as an essential part of 
     military duty, and for other purposes; to the Committee on 
     Armed Services.
           By Ms. ERNST (for herself and Mr. King):
       S. 1543. A bill to amend the Internal Revenue Code 1986 to 
     provide that floor plan financing includes the financing of 
     certain trailers and campers; to the Committee on Finance.
           By Mr. BOOZMAN (for himself, Mr. Casey, Mr. Daines, and 
             Mr. Tester):
       S. 1544. A bill to amend title XVIII of the Social Security 
     Act to provide for payment for services of radiologist 
     assistants under the Medicare program, and for other 
     purposes; to the Committee on Finance.
           By Mr. PORTMAN (for himself and Mr. Brown):
       S. 1545. A bill to amend title 38, United States Code, to 
     ensure the Secretary of Veterans Affairs permits the display 
     of Battlefield Crosses in national cemeteries, and for other 
     purposes; to the Committee on Veterans' Affairs.
           By Mr. MARKEY (for himself and Ms. Warren):
       S. 1546. A bill to direct the Secretary of Transportation 
     to establish a grant program for projects to strengthen and 
     protect vulnerable infrastructure used during mass 
     evacuations, and for other purposes; to the Committee on 
     Commerce, Science, and Transportation.
           By Mr. COTTON (for himself, Mrs. Blackburn, Mr. Graham, 
             Mr. Hawley, and Mr. Perdue):
       S. 1547. A bill to amend title 18, United States Code, 
     relating to sentencing of armed career criminals; to the 
     Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Mr. TESTER:
       S. 1548. A bill to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 
     to modify the rate of tax on corporations participating in 
     labor lockouts and to prohibit deductions and credits for 
     wages and benefits paid to temporary workers during labor 
     knockouts; to the Committee on Finance.
           By Mr. TESTER:
       S. 1549. A bill to amend the Family and Medical Leave Act 
     of 1993 to ensure that employees on leave under the Act 
     maintain health coverage during an employer lockout; to the 
     Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions.
           By Mr. DURBIN (for himself and Ms. Duckworth):
       S. 1550. A bill to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 
     to modify the work opportunity credit for certain youth 
     employees, and to extend empowerment zones; to the Committee 
     on Finance.
           By Mr. DURBIN (for himself and Ms. Duckworth):
       S. 1551. A bill to amend the Workforce Innovation and 
     Opportunity Act to provide funding, on a competitive basis, 
     for summer and year-round employment opportunities for youth 
     ages 14 through 24; to the Committee on Health, Education, 
     Labor, and Pensions.
           By Mr. SCHUMER (for himself, Ms. Duckworth, Mr. 
             Merkley, Mr. Sanders, Ms. Warren, Mr. Wyden, Mrs. 
             Gillibrand, and Mr. Kaine):
       S. 1552. A bill to decriminalize marijuana, and for other 
     purposes; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

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